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If strategy games are where you feel comfortable you’ll find Eador: Genesis to be a strategy game on steroids as you constantly find more depth as you adventure forward.
I like this a lot. Simple yet deep, with strong writing and a clearly avid fan base. It’s been a while since we got sent something so unexpectedly good. And it’s very affordable, at a mere $4.79 on GOG. Obviously I’m bitter that I can’t froth and rant while I savage the game, but that probably makes me a better person. Damn you, trendy PR guy, for improving my mood and making me once more face the sunlit realms with renewed optimism. I both salute you and this work, and I’ll be looking forward to seeing how the sequel shapes up!
As an indie game, it didn’t get much press, which is why I find myself looking at a game that’s years old. For all that, I’ve easily gotten my $5’s worth, getting stuck in “one more turn” mode well into the night, trying to conquer one more shard. Check it out on gog.com, which has a bunch of old (sometimes questionable, sometimes awesome) games for cheap, as well as some new stuff.